The S28 Cheetah Brothers

by Mario

Cheetah Brothers

Cheetah Brothers

These two Cheetah brothers are often seen on the S28 dirt road that forms the eastern part of the Southern Circle.

We spotted them at about 11h30 and spent over three hours photographing them. Fortunately they were under a tree just 30 meters from the road.
The day was overcast so they moved around more than they would have on a hot day giving us chances to photograph them in different poses. In addition the overcast day provided nice even lighting.

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Jan 04, 2010
Lovely photo
by: Luke

We last saw these two brothers briefly at the beginning of 2009 so you are lucky to have seen them for so long. Nice picture!

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